Layers Of Information On The iPad

Layers Of Information On The iPad
Design

During a short presentation at SVA's MFA Interaction Design Lecture Series, Matt Jacobs inspired us to see how the iPad could improve the reading experience.

Francisco Hui
  • 31 march 2010

During a short presentation at SVA’s MFA Interaction Design Lecture Series, Matt Jacobs inspired us to see how the iPad could improve the reading experience.

His vision involves layers of information – think Flickr tags and Google Maps. Using studying and note-taking as a reference, he imagines an experience where users don’t need a separate notebook for taking notes, nor have to deface the text to highlight content, and more importantly an integrated social experience while reading, reviewing, and sharing information.

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